Ontario woman dead after Hurricane Dorian annihilates Bahamas
“I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t terrified; but the dogs, chickens, husband & children are inside and everything is batted down the best we could!” Liolli wrote on Facebook just before the storm struck at its greatest intensity.
Naturalized U.S. citizen indicted for providing material support to ISIS
During his occupation with ISIS, he eventually rose through the ranks and became a trainer for other ISIS members.
Fake physician and doctor prescribe hundreds of thousands of opioids
According to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Arif posed as a physician at an unregistered clinic to run his “pill mill” operation, along with other co-conspirators between September 2015 through February 2016.
U.S. pharmaceutical company to pay $15.4 million following illegal kickback scheme
These kickbacks came in the form of “lavish dinner and entertainment” between 2009-2013. This was done to persuade doctors to prescribe the company’s drug, H.P. Acthar Gel (Acthar), to patients.
Four Peruvians extradited to US and sentenced for running Spanish-speaking extortion scam
They then told their victims that “if they failed to pay for or receive a delivery of products and threatened them into paying fraudulent settlements for nonexistent debts.”
Fourteen-year-old Alabama teen admits to murdering all five members of his family
On Tuesday, police revealed that a teen from Elkmont, Alabama admitted during interviews that he murdered his entire family with a 9mm handgun
Ilhan Omar wants to cede U.S. sovereignty, abolish ICE, and let the UN take control of the southern border
According to Omar, “There is no good way to detain immigrants. We are treating people like criminals when they have not committed a crime.”
Youth worker receives prison sentence for sexual abuse of a minor
For his crimes, Joseph Robertson received a two year prison sentence, followed by five years of supervised release.
Nineteen-year-old American charged with attempting to provide material support to ISIS—had plans of killing civilians in Queens
Included in the instructions are anatomical diagrams showing killers where to target victims when using a knife.
Forty one people, including pharmacists charged with operating “pill mills” and overprescribing opioids for profit
Police estimate that medical staff diverted roughly 23 million oxycodone, hydrocodone, and carisoprodol pills, much of which ended up being sold on the street by drug dealers.